January 18, 2019
March 13, 2018
Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE)

Does Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) Remind You of the RMS Titanic?

Does Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) Remind You of the RMS Titanic? – By Bishop Redfern II Bishop Redfern II is Association of Fundraising Professionals Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser, United Way’s Alyce Kemp-Dewitt Award Winner and Presiding Bishop and General Overseer of the Ecumenical Christ of Christ. Have you ever wondered if the RMS
February 26, 2018
Google Ad Grant NANOE

Google Ad Grant Suspensions Begin Thursday – Sean Kerr

Several of Google’s new policies have already come into play with deadlines to meet requirements by Thursday, March 1st. If you have received a notification about impending suspension in your approved Google Ad Grant account or have had your account suspended due to one of the new policies, there is still hope. If you are reading about this right now
February 24, 2018
Public Interest Registry With Nonprofit Tech for Good

New Survey Reveals How Charities Use Social Media – Public Interest Registry

New Survey Reveals How Charities Use Social Media – Krystin Williamson. The Public Interest Registry, the nonprofit operator of the .org domain, and Nonprofit Tech for Good today released the results of the “2018 Global NGO Technology Report.” The third annual report analyzes how charities and non-governmental organisations (NGO) use social media,
February 24, 2018
Tracy Spears - Leaders Must Learn

Why Nonprofit Leaders MUST Continue Learning – Tracy Spears

Tracy Spears – Why Nonprofit Leaders MUST Continue Learning. You can’t lead anyone if you aren’t committed to your own personal growth. How can you be trusted to help cultivate other people’s potential when you aren’t living up to your own? It’s one of the biggest reasons people ultimately fail at developing other people…their people simply outgrow them. Most people are utilizing the phrase “fake it ‘til you make it.” Let me be clear…it’s okay to fake […]
January 27, 2018
NANOE Google Ad Grants

Google to Make Sweeping Changes to Ad Grant Program – Sean Kerr, Cause Inspired Media

Google Ad Grant to Implement Sweeping Changes by Sean Kerr, Cause Inspired Media. The Google Ad Grant is one of most valuable and most under used tools in the nonprofit toolbox. $10,000 a month in advertising credit can go a long way if you know how to use it, and we
January 4, 2018
Foundation Grants

Delusional Altruism Undermines Philanthropy – Kris Putnam-Walkerly

Kris Putnam-Walkerly – I’m challenging philanthropic organizations to start the new year with a renewed commitment to do good for others. It’s at the root of every philanthropic mission, after all. And, as philanthropies, we all try to make decisions that are in service to our missions, represent good stewardship, and result in the greatest impact. But sometimes, in making those very decisions, we unintentionally do more to damage our impact than to further it. […]
January 1, 2018
Diana Ruano NANOE

Bursting the Nonprofit Bubble – Diana Ruano – UN Refugee Agency

Diana Ruano is a bilingual/bicultural (English/Spanish) international fundraiser with over 20 years of experience in both the private and nonprofit sector. Currently she develops and leads the private fundraising strategy for the United Nation´s Refugee Agency. Previously at Daryl Upsall Consulting International, she successfully led a range of projects, including for UN agencies, major international and small NGOs in new market entry studies, implementation of fundraising strategies, and strategic reviews of current fundraising programs. NANOE […]
January 1, 2018
National Development Institute Major GIfts Ramp-Up Event

Nonprofit Conferences: Starting Major Gifts Programs from Scratch

National Development Institute is all about building nonprofit capacity. Especially for small nonprofits starting from scratch or a medium to large organizations ready to launch a major gifts program for the first time. Their Major Gifts Ramp-Up™ Model & Online Cloud are used by charities around the world to meet the needs of nonprofits true customers…the advocates, donors and volunteers who financially underwrite their mission. Your programs are important and there are hundreds of thousands […]